Snidvongs, Saowarat

Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at Barts Health NHS Trust

Qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School at Imperial College School of Medicine. Completed advanced pain and anaesthesia training at Barts and The London NHS Trust

Qualifications: BSc (Hons) in Biological and Clinical Sciences, MBBS, FRCA, FFPMRCA

Summary of Research

Research fellowship in Academic Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at Barts and The London NHS Trust – experienced in developing research protocols, grant applications, study regulatory approval processes and patient recruitment

Members of the Group

Professor Richard Langford, Dr Vivek Mehta, Dr Theresa Wodehouse, Dr Kristin Ullrich, Dr Serene Chang, Mr Liam Casey

Key Publications

Mehta V, Snidvongs S, Langford R, et al.  A prospective open label pilot study to investigate whether quantitative sensory testing correlates with the effectiveness of diagnostic dorsal root ganglion block in patients with unilateral lumbar radiculopathy.  The Journal of Pain.  2013 April; Vol. 14, Issue 4, Supplement, Page S6

Snidvongs S, Shah S.  Horner’s syndrome following an epidural blood patch.  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Short Reports.  2012 Oct; 3: 68; doi: 10.1258/shorts.2012.011135
Snidvongs S, Mehta V.  Recent advances in opioid prescription for chronic non-cancer pain.  Postgraduate Medical Journal.  2012 Feb; 88 (1036): 66-72.

Snidvongs S.  Prolonged-release tapentadol.  Commissioned by Hospital Healthcare Europe.  2012

Snidvongs S.  Recent advances in pain management.  Commissioned by Anaesthesia International.  2011

Holdcroft A, Snidvongs S, Berkley K.  Incorporating gender and sex dimensions in medical research.  Gender in Science, Special Issue of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews.  2011 Jun; 36 (2): 180-192.

Snidvongs S, Holdcroft A.  Women’s response to analgesics.  MIMS Women’s Health.  2010 Jun; 5 (3): 37-39.

Snidvongs S, Mehta V.  Pulsed radiofrequency – a non-neurodestructive therapy in pain management.  Current Opinion in Supportive & Palliative Care.  2010 Jun; 4 (2): 107-110.
Snidvongs S, Holdcroft A.  Role of sex and gender differences in response to analgesic medication.  paineurope 2009: Issue 4, 2009.

Snidvongs S, Holdcroft A.  Gender differences in responses to medication and side effects of medication.  Pain: Clinical Updates.  Volume XVI, Issue 5, July 2008.

Snidvongs S, Nagaratnam M, Stephens R.  Assessment and treatment of pain in children.  British Journal of Hospital Medicine (Lond).  2008 April; 69 (4): 211-213.

Snidvongs S, Mehrotra R.  Survey on the use of unlicensed drug use in epidural and spinal analgesia at University College Hospital London.  Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine.  2006; 31 (Issue 5, Supplement 1): 31.

Holdcroft, A, Snidvongs S, Cason A, Dore C, Berkley KJ.  Pain and uterine contractions during breast-feeding in the immediate post-partum period increase with parity.  Pain.  2003 Aug; 194 (3): 589-596.

Snidvongs S, Holdcroft A, Berkley K.  Pain from uterine contractions during breast-feeding.  Dolor.  2000; 15 (Supplement III): 21.

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